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ウィークエンドサンシャイン

ブロードキャスターピーター・バラカンのナビゲートで送るウィークエンド・ミュージックマガジン。独特の嗅覚とこだわりの哲学でセレクトしたグッド・サウンドと、ワールドワイドな音楽情報を伝える。

http://www4.nhk.or.jp/sunshine/

放送日: 2015年 2月14日(土)

放送時間: 午前7:20〜午前 9:00(100分)

ピーター・バラカン

THIS WEEK'S PLAYLIST

http://www4.nhk.or.jp/sunshine/66/

(曲名 / アーティスト名 // アルバム名)

01. Crazy Love / Van Morrison // Moondance

Bass & Mandolin

Bass & Mandolin

02. Tarnation / Chris Thile & Edgar Meyer // Bass and Mandolin

The Earls of Leicester

The Earls of Leicester

03. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke / The Earls Of Leicester // The Earls Of Leicester

04. A Feather’s Not A Bird / Rosanne Cash // The River & The Thread

05. Blue Moon / Beck // Morning Phase

06. Blue Monday / Johnny Winter Feat. Dr. John // Step Back

07. Kulumbu / Angelique Kidjo Feat. Dr. John // Eve

08. Jesus Children / Robert Glasper Experiment feat. Lalah Hathaway & Malcolm-Jamal Warner // Black Radio 2

09. November Tale / Waterboys // Modern Blues

10. I Can See Elvis / Waterboys // Modern Blues

11. I Can’t Tell You Why / Diana Krall // Wallflower

12. Wallflower (Live From Paris, France/2014) / Diana Krall // Wallflower

13. Hylife / Marcus Miller // Afrodeezia

14. Spectrum / Tony Williams Lifetime // Emergency

15. Loop De Li / Bryan Ferry // Avonmore

16. Johnny And Mary / Todd Terje Feat. Bryan Ferry // Avonmore


世界の快適音楽セレクション

"快適音楽"を求めるギターデュオゴンチチによる、ノンジャンル・ミュージック番組。

http://www4.nhk.or.jp/kaiteki/

放送日: 2015年 2月14日(土)

放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

ゴンチチ

湯浅学

− あつあつの音楽 −

「ラヴァーズ」 (ゴンチチ

(5分13秒)

ポニーキャニオン PCCA-02102>

「見つめあう恋」 (ハーマンズ・ハーミッツ)

(2分32秒)

EMI REC.7243 4 77322 2>

「モアー、モアー、モアー」 (タミー・テレル)

(2分45秒)

<UNIVERSAL UICY-76667>

「アコルビレ」 (キング・アイソバ)

(5分03秒)

<MAKKUM REC. MR11-2014>

歌劇椿姫”第3幕から ああ、もう駄目」

ヴェルディ作曲

ヴィオレッタ…(ソプラノアンジェラ・ゲオルギュー

アルフレード…(テノール)フランク・ロパード

管弦楽)コヴェントガーデン王立歌劇場管弦楽団

(指揮)ゲオルク・ショルティ

(4分49秒)

<POLYDOR POCL-1578,1579>

「フィーヴァー」 (リトル・ウィリー・ジョン)

(2分43秒)

<KING REC. KBSCD-7002-3>

「アレサ」 (アート・ペッパー・アンド・テッド・ブラウン)

(5分01秒)

PHOENIX 131599>

「炎のキス」 (リッキー・マーティン

(4分23秒)

SONY MUSIC JAPAN SICP363>

「私に火をつけて」 (ラス・チカス・デル・カン)

(4分08秒)

<BOMBA REC. BOM2008>

「炎」 (ローナン・オ・スノディ)

(5分57秒)

<(株)プランクトン VIVO-206>

「キャット・スクラッチ・フィーヴァー」

ピーター・アイヴァース・バンド)

(7分40秒)

MSI MSIG0364>

「ガールハントのラム・プルーン」 (ダオ・バンドン

(5分48秒)

<EM REC. EM1131CD>

「お熱い方がステキ!」 (じゅん&ネネ

(3分31秒)

キングレコード KICX2565>

「ミステイク」 (フェラ・クティ&ザ・アフリカ70)

(12分38秒)

<WRASSE REC. WRASS048>

「ラヴ・ハズ・ファウンド・イッツ・ウェイ」

(デニス・ブラウン)

(4分20秒)

<NMC MUSIC CDUB22>

「トゥー・ホット・トゥー・ホールド」

アイクティナ・ターナー

(2分08秒)

<MASTER CLASSICS MCS.8063-2>

「ラヴ」ゴンチチ

(1分48秒)

SONY MUSIC LABELS ESCL30013>

「イッツ・アワー・ラヴ」 (イギー・ポップ

(4分10秒)

東芝EMI VJCP-28165>

「東16字星」 (NRQ

(3分36秒)

P-VINE PCD-24384>


Travelling Folk

Bruce MacGregor presents Radio Scotland's flagship folk programme and brings you the very best of today's music and song.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00tlyrt

Thu 12 Feb 2015

20:05

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b051vz2n

Bruce MacGregor and Anna Massie present a Travelling Folk Valentine special!

Music Played

01. In Spite Of Ourselves

John Prine & Iris Dement

In Spite Of Ourselves

Gottdisc

02. My Love is like a Red, Red Rose

Eddi Reader

Eddi Reader Sings The Songs Of Robert Burns

Rough Trade

03. All Will Be Well

Michael Marra

Posted Sober

Inner city Sound

04. Breaslach

James Graham

Siubhal

Footstompin’

05. The Loon & His Quine

Fara

Fara

www.faramusic.co.uk

06. Shining Star

Kris Drever

Mark The Hard Earth

Navigator

07. For Avoidance of Any Doubt

Eleanor McEvoy

I’d Rather Go Blonde

MOSCODISC

08. Silver Box

Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin

Mynd

Dragonfly Roots

09. If I Ever Loved You

Justin Currie

What is Love For

ADA Global

10. Saving The Good Stuff For You

Richard Thompson

Electric

Proper

11. The Snuff Wife/ Humours of Whisky/ The Clumsy Lover

Iain MacFarlane & Iain MacDonald

The First Harves

Roshven

12. Lover Tiff

Brolum

The Fair Face I Never Saw

BROLUM

13. Easy's Gettin Harder Every Day

Iris DeMent

My Life

Warner Bros

14. Oh North

Blue Rose Code

The Ballads of Peckham Rye

Ronachan Songs

15. Faded Love

Junior Daugherty

Down Home Recordings

Lismor

16. Golden Golden

Silly Wizard

Live Again

XTRA

17. John C. Clarke

Macalias

Highwired

Greentrax

18. Some Kind of Love

Heather Heywood

Some Kind of Love

Greentrax

19. Raglan Road

The Dubliners

50 Years

IRL

20. The Galway Girl

Steve Earle with Sharon Shannon

Sharon Shannon & Friends-The Diamond Mountain Sessions

Grapevine Label Ltd

21. Maggie Anne

Roddy McMillan

Highland Voyage

Scottish Records

22. Let’s Get Married

The Proclaimers

The Best of the Proclaimers

EMI


The Jazz House

The latest selection of national and international jazz releases, peppered with some live music and roundtable guests

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0079g0d

Wed 11 Feb 2015

20:05

BBC Radio Scotland

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b051vylb

Stephen Duffy is joined by jazz historian and author Richard Havers to give you the top 20 albums to get you into jazz. Not just for the jazz novice, this programme will interest even the aficionado to compare notes on the albums that Richard believes to be the best starting point to get into jazz. There's music from Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Thelonious Monk, Billie Holiday among many others!

Music Played

01. Mack the Knife

Ella Fitzgerald

02. Maiden Voyage

Herbie Hancock

03. Self Portrait (Of The Bean)

Duke Ellington & Coleman Hawkins

04. One For Daddy-O

Cannonball Adderley

05. September Song

Chet Baker

06. Moanin'

Art Blakey

07. Perdido

The Quintet

08. My Foolish Heart

Bill Evans Trio

09. Back At The Chicken Shack

Jimmy Smith

10. Blue In Green

Miles Davis

11. April In Paris

Count Basie & His Orchestra

12. Solitude

Billie Holiday

13. Blue Train

John Coltrane

14. Mahogany Hall Stomp

Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars

15. Ask Me Now

Thelonious Monk

16. Take 5

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

17. Stolen Moments

Oliver Nelson

18. Daahoud

The Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet

19. Doralice

Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto

20. Gone With The Wind

Wes Montgomery


Jazz Record Requests

Jazz records from across the genre, played in special sequences to highlight the wonders of jazz history. All pieces have been specifically requested by Radio 3 listeners

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tnn9

Sat 14 Feb 2015

17:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b052gfpt

Alyn Shipton's selection of listeners' requests has a big band focus with discs by the Thad Jones / Mel Lewis Orchestra, Buddy Rich's group and Jack Hylton's prewar dance band. Plus music by guitarist, raconteur and bandleader Eddie Condon.

Music Played

01. The Acid Truth

Buddy Rich

Performer: Buddy Rich, Bill Prince, Jim Trimble, Don Menza, ts; Gary Walters, Pat LaBarbera, Walt Namuth, Rick Stepton, Ken Faulk, Charles Owens, Dave Culp, Art Pepper, John Laws, Joe Azareloo, Al Porcino, Peter Graves

Mercy Mercy

Pacific Jazz, Tr.6

02. And What If I Don’t

Herbie Hancock

Performer: Herbie Hancock, p; Chuck Israels, Hank Mobley, Tony Williams, Grant Green, g; Donald Byrd, Grachan Moncur II

The Complete 60s Sessions

Blue Note, Tr.6

03. I Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll

Eddie Condon

Performer: Eddie Condon, George Wettling, Artie Shapiro, Brad Gowans, Pee Wee Russell, Max Kaminsky, Joe Bushkin

Larkins Jazz

Proper, Tr.13

04. Memphis Blues

Humphrey Lyttelton

Performer: Buddy Vallis, George Webb, Keith Christie, Humphrey Lyttelton, Bernard Saward, John Wright, Ian Christie, Wally Fawkes

Rarities

Parlophone, Tr.6

05. The Glory of Love

Big Bill Broonzy

The London Sessions

Sequel, Tr.8

06. Ninety Nine

Sonny Boy Williamson II

Performer: Sonny Boy Williamson, Willie Dixon, Fred Below, Luther Tucker, Robert Lockwood, Jr.

n/a

Chess

07. Hat and Beard

Eric Dolphy

Performer: Eric Dolphy, as; Tony Williams, Richard Davis, Freddie Hubbard, t; Bobby Hutcherson

Out to Lunch

Blue Note, Tr.1

08. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child

Andy Sheppard & Joanna McGregor

Performer: Joanna McGregor, Andy Sheppard

Deep River

Sound Circus, Tr.1

09. Fingers

Thad Jones/ Mel Lewis Orchestra

Performer: Jimmy Knepper, Marvin Stamm, Eddie Daniels, Danny Moore, Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, Roland Hanna, Eddie Bert, Richie Kamuca, Jerome Richardson, Richard Davis, Snooky Young, David Spinoza, Jerry Dodgion, Billy Harper, Al Porcino, Benny Powell, Cliff Heather

Consummation

Blue Note, Tr.7

10. Embraceable You

Bill Greenow

Chansons

Mistral, Tr.7


Geoffrey Smith's Jazz

Geoffrey Smith's Jazz does exactly what it says on the tin: a weekly programme in which Geoffrey Smith shares his love of jazz, through an exploration of its great writers, singers and players, as told from his own individual perspective.

Each programme take us through his personally-selected playlist of tracks. It's loosely-themed; maybe a great artist, a jazz style or something more off-the-wall. But that serves as just the start of a fascinating journey to the heart of the music Geoffrey is so passionate about.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01h5z0s

Big Joe Turner and Helen Humes

Sun 15 Feb 2015

00:00

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b052gjz6

How about some Valentine's Day blues? Geoffrey Smith serves up a tasty selection of moods and hues by a pair of classic singers with Kansas City connections: Big Joe Turner (1911-85) and Helen Humes (1909-81).

Music Played

01. Blues with Helen

Lester Young & the Kansas City Five

Helen Humes

Performer: Helen Humes, Count Basie, Lester Young and the Kansas City Five

Spirituals to Swing

Vanguard, Tr.8

02. It’s All Right Baby

Pete Johnson & Big Joe Turner

Spirituals to Swing

Vanguard, Tr.14

03. Cherry Red

Big Joe Turner

Performer: Pete Johnson, p; Buster Smith, as; Big Joe Turner, Hot Lips Page

Big Joe Turner

Topaz, Tr.3

04. Lovin’ Mama Blues

Big Joe Turner

Performer: Big Joe Turner, Pete Johnson’s Boogie Woogie Boys

Big Joe Turner

Topaz, Tr.4

05. Shake It and Break It

Big Joe Turner

Performer: Big Joe Turner, Varsity Seven

Big Joe Turner

Topaz, Tr.6

06. Piney Brown Blues

Big Joe Turner

Performer: Big Joe Turner with his Fly Cats

Big Joe Turner

Topaz, Tr.9

07. Wee Baby Blues

Big Joe Turner

Performer: Art Tatum and His Band & Big Joe Turner

Big Joe Turner

Topaz, Tr.12

08. Corrine, Corrina

Big Joe Turner

Performer: Art Tatum and His Band & Big Joe Turner

Art Tatum and his Band

Topaz, Tr.16

09. Good Mornin’ Blues

Big Joe Turner

Performer: Big Joe Turner & Count Basie.

Joe Turner & Count Basie

Pablo, Tr.4

10. Be-Baba-Leba

Helen Humes

Performer: Helen Hume

Whiskey, Women, And ....

1

11. Million Dollar Secret

Helen Humes

Helen Humes

Vogue, Tr.1

12. Blue and Sentimental

Helen Humes

Helen Humes

Classics, Tr.16

13. Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me

Helen Humes

Performer: Helen Humes, Marty Paich, André Previn, Ben Webster, Shelly Manne, Art Pepper

Helen Humes

Vogue, Tr.2

14. You’re Driving Me Crazy

Helen Humes

Helen Humes

Vogue, Tr.7

15. Evil Gal Blues

Helen Humes

Performer: Helen Humes, Joe Wilder, Buddy Tate

Helen Humes

Muse, Tr.1


Words and Music

A sequence of music interspersed with well-loved and less familiar poems and prose read by leading actors

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006x35f

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Saints and Sinners

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-31115837

Sun 15 Feb 2015

17:30

BBC Radio 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b052gkt9

Words and music on saints and sinners. With readings by Jonathan Pryce and Jenny Agutter from Shakespeare, Dickens, TS Eliot and Tennyson, and music from Poulenc and Schoenberg.

This edition is about actual saints - such as St Simeon Stylites and St Joan, and about the saintly - such as Amy Dorrit from Dickens' novel who selflessly looks after her father.

We hear about the fall of Th' infernal Serpent from Heaven in Milton's Paradise Lost, whilst one devil writes to another in one of CS Lewis's Screwtape Letters. There's a reading of the poem about sin that inspired Schoenberg's music of the same name, Verklärte Nacht.

And there's music from the final scene of Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmélites, when the nuns go to the guillotine during the French Revolution.

Producer Note

This edition of Words and Music comprises meditations on the theme of Saints and Sinners.

The programme opens with brief definitions of Sin from the Catechism.

The first sin described in the programme is in Richard Dehmel’s poem, Verklärte Nacht which describes a woman ‘carrying a child… in a state of sin’. We hear part of the music which the poem inspired Schoenberg to write.

The first saint we meet is St Joan, from Bernard Shaw’s play of the same name, in the speech where she is facing the prospect of imprisonment; this passage leads into music from the final scene of Tchaikovsky’s Maid of Orleans in which Joan is burned at the stake.

Devils take the stage next – the older devil Screwtape writing to his nephew Wormword on the nature of sin in relation to the human being (the ‘patient’). Suitably seedy-sounding music from Charlie Mingus – the Black Saint and the Sinner Lady – follows.

There are two pieces on the theme of St Cecilia, patron saint of music – a poem by Cornelius O’Brien and part of Britten’s Hymn to St Cecilia with words by Auden.

In typically dense, elliptical language, John Donne in The Annunciation, one of John Donne’s Holy Sonnets describes the child that Mary will have as one ‘which cannot sin, and yet all sins must bear’.

Music written by Shostakovich for a film version of Shakespeare’s King Lear leads to a pivotal scene in the play. Lear sees himself as ‘a man more sinn’d against than sinning’ but then turns to the Fool, showing compassion for the first time, ‘How dost my boy? Art cold?...I have one part in my heart that’s sorry for thee yet’. This moment of calm and reflection at the heart of the play leads to pensive piano music by Liszt.

Saint Francis is celebrated in his famous Canticle to Brother Sun, illustrated by music from Sofia Gubaidulina.

The theme of imprisonment links the next three items; the rebellious angels in Paradise Lost are thrown out of heaven to dwell in ‘their Prison ordain’d in utter darkness’. Henze’s Prison Song leads into a passage from Dickens in which Little Dorrit tenderly looks after her father William in prison without a thought for herself. The description of her saintly behaviour, wanting nothing for herself, leads to Bach’s aria Ich habe genung, ‘I have enough’ or ‘I am content’.

Tennyson’s grumpy, bad-tempered St Simeon Stylites who has sat on a pillar for three decades in the hope of sainthood enduring ‘Rain, wind, frost, heat, hail, damp, and sleet, and snow.’ His mood is illustrated by music from Webern.

George Herbert’s meditation on the difficulty of avoiding Sin is followed by Thomas Attwood’s anthem Turn Thy Face from My Sin.

Finally, the theme of martyrdom, which began early in the programme with St Joan, is explored further. We hear a poem and music about Archbishop Oscar Romero who Pope Francis has just confirmed died as a martyr (1). The fourth knight from TS Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral urbanely justifies the assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral. And the programme ends with Carmelite nuns going to the guillotine during the French Revolution, the final scene from Poulenc’s opera Dialogues des Carmélites, singing as they are beheaded one by one.

Producer Nick Holmes


Music Played

The Catechism

Definition of Sin

Reader: Jonathan Pryce

The Catechism

Definition of Sin

Reader: Jenny Agutter

The Catechism

Definition of Sin

Reader: Jonathan Pryce

00:01

Schoenberg

Verklärte Nacht

Performer: Emerson String Quartet, Paul Neubauer (viola II), Colin Carr (cello II)

SONY 88725470602, Tr.5

Richard Dehmel

Verklärte Nacht

Reader: Jenny Agutter & Jonathan Pryce

St Joan

Bernard Shaw

Reader: Jenny Agutter

00:05

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

The Maid of Orleans

Performer: Academic Choir and Symphony Orchestra of All-Union Radio and Television, Gennady Rozhdestvensky (conductor)

Melodiya MEL CD 10 02053, CD3 Tr.10

CS Lewis

The Screwtape Letters

Reader: Jonathan Pryce

00:13

Charles Mingus

The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady – Track A – Solo Dancer

Performer: Charles Mingus and his band

Impulse IMP 11742, Tr.1

Cornelius O’Brien

St Cecilia

Reader: Jenny Agutter

00:20

Benjamin Britten

Hymn to St Cecilia

Performer: The Sixteen, Harry Christophers (conductor)

Collins 12862, Tr.13

John Dunne

Annunciation

Reader: Jenny Agutter

00:24

Dmitri Shostakovich

King Lear – The Storm

Performer: Rundfunk Symphonie Orchester Berlin, Michail Jurowski (conductor)

Cappricio 10 397, Tr.22

William Shakespeare

King Lear

Reader: Jonathan Pryce

00:27

Il Penseroso

Chandos CHAN 8900, Tr.2

St Francis of Assisi

Canticle to Brother Sun

Reader: Jenny Agutter

00:31

Sofia Asgatovna Gubaidulina

The Canticle of the Sun by St Francis of Assisi

Performer: Danish National Choir, Stefan Parkman (conductor), David Geringas (cello)

CHANDOS CHAN 10106, Tr.3-7

John Milton

Paradise Lost

Reader: Jonathan Pryce

00:38

Hans Werner Henze

Prison Song

Performer: Gudrun Pelker (mezzo), Frieder Lang (tenor), Musikfabrik NRW, Johannes Kalitzke (conductor)

CPO 999 192-2, Tr.2

Charles Dickens

Little Dorrit

Reader: Jenny Agutter

00:43

Johann Sebastian Bach

Cantata 'Ich habe genug', BWV 82

Performer: Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (mezzo), The Orchestra of Emanuel, Craig Smith (conductor)

NONESUCH 7559796922, Tr.1

Alfred Tennyson

St Simeon Stylites

Reader: Jonathan Pryce

00:53

Anton Webern

Five Movements for String Quartet Op. 5 – First Movement

Performer: Artis Quartet

Sony Classical SK 48 059, Tr.4

George Herbert

Sin (1)

Jenny Agutter

00:56

Thomas Attwood

Turn thy Face from my Sins

Performer: Choir of Ely Cathedral, Arthur Wills (director), Gerald Gifford (organ)

CHANDOS CHAN 6603, Tr.6

Pedro Casaldáliga

San Romero de América Our Pastor and Martyr

Reader: Jenny Agutter

01:01

Jean-Luc Ponty

Eulogy to Oscar Romero

Performer: Jean-Luc Ponty

POLYDOR 817 189-2, Tr.4

TS Eliot

Murder in the Cathedral

Reader: Jonathan Pryce

01:06

Francis Poulenc

Dialogue de Carmélites

Composer: Francis Poulenc

Performer: Orchestre de l’Opéra de Lyon, Choeurs de l’Opéra de Lyon, London Chorus, Catherine Dubosc (soprano), Brigitte Fournier (soprano)

Conductor: Kent Nagano (conductor)

Virgin Classics 0777 7 59277 2, CD2 Tr.29

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